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Custom Login Admin Front-end CSS

Loads custom CSS on WordPress Login Pages, Admin and Front-end via admin interface. Works on Multisites as well.

Loads custom CSS on WordPress Login Pages, Admin and Front-end via the admin interface. Can be used with WordPress single install and WordPress multisites.

Custom LAF CSS is very useful on multisite networks. Admins can customize the look and feel of the network and add CSS for the entire network. Adding CSS to the front-end via this plugin is handy when common features need styling and you are not sure which theme the user will be activating.

Main features:

  • Loads custom CSS on Login, Admin and Front-end pages regardless of the active theme.
  • CSS for Login, Admin and Front-end is separately saved and used.
  • CSS is beautified and neatly presented in the admin.
  • Multisite compatible.
  • Translation ready.

You can add your custom CSS in WordPress Admin > Appearance > Custom LAF CSS of your WordPress install or the base site on a WordPress multisite network.

If you need a specific feature please request it via the support page and I will consider it in the next update.

Author Arun Basil Lal
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Contributors arunbasillal
Tags admin, admin css, admin interface, CSS, custom admin css, custom login css, frontend css, login css, multisite
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    Admin Interface in Appearance > Custom LAF CSS

For WordPress single install:

  1. Install the plugin through the WordPress admin interface, or upload the folder /custom-login-admin-frontend-css/ to /wp-content/plugins/ using ftp.
  2. Activate the plugin via WordPress admin interface.
  3. Go to WordPress Admin > Appearance > Custom LAF CSS and add the custom CSS you want.

For Multisite:

  1. Install the plugin through the WordPress admin interface, or upload the folder /custom-login-admin-frontend-css/ to /wp-content/plugins/ using ftp.
  2. Network activate the plugin via WordPress admin interface.
  3. In the base website go to WordPress Admin > Appearance > Custom LAF CSS and add the custom CSS you want.

1.2

  • Minor bug fixes.
  • Tested upto WordPress 4.7.

1.01

  • Added complete multisite compatibility.

1.0

  • First release of the plugin.

Some CSS Samples

To change the size of the h1 tags in WordPress Admin add this to Admin CSS:

h1 {
    font-size: 40px !important;
}

To change the background color of the Login Page, add this to Login CSS:

.login {
  background: #ECCFFF !important;
}
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Version 1.2

Requires WordPress version: 3.0 or higher

Compatible up to: 4.7.2

Last Updated 14 Dec 2016

Date Added: 14 Apr 2016

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